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Padmé Amidala dies after delivering twins Maternal death in fiction is a common theme encountered in literature, movies, and other media. The death of a mother during pregnancy, childbirth or puerperium is a tragic event. The chances of a surviving child to survive are compromised.[1] In fictional literature the death of a pregnant or delivering mother is a powerful device: it removes one character and places the surviving child into an often hostile environment which has to be overcome. While characters in literature differ, of course, a theme can often be discerned that shows that despite the death of the mother, the offspring will continue her mission . Contents 1 Literature 1.1 Pre-19th century 1.2 19th century 1.3 20th century 1.4 21st century 2 Film 2.1 20th century 2.2 21st century 3 Other media 3.1 Anime, comics, and video games 3.2 Live-action television 4 References 5 See also // Literature Pre-19th century In Indonesian mythology, Pontianak are women who died during childbirth and became undead, seeking revenge and terrorizing villages. In Japanese mythology, the goddess Izanagi died in childbirth. Also in Japanese mythology, Ubume is a mother ghost who died in childbirth. This yūrei returns to care for her children, often bringing them sweets. In Iroquois mythology, the sky goddess Atahensic died in childbirth. 19th century In the Grimm Brothers' Snow White, Snow White's mother died in childbirth. Soon afterwards, the new king took a new wife who was beautiful, but very vain, and who possessed supernatural powers of all times. In Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace, Liza Bolkonskaya, wife of Prince Andrei dies giving birth to a son called Nikolai. In Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist the title character's mother, Agnes, dies giving birth to him. Another Dickens novel A Christmas Carol, Scrooge's younger sister Fan dies in childbirth giving birth to his nephew Fred. In the 1891 play Spring Awakening by Franz Wedekind and the same-named contemorary musical Wendla dies from a botched abortion. 20th century Catherine Barkley, the nurse and principal supporting character in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms, dies in childbirth shortly after her son is stillborn. In Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay's 1932 Bengali novel Aparajito, Aparna dies giving birth to her son Kajal, after which the despairing father Apu abandons his child. It was later adapted into the film, The World of Apu. In Thornton Wilder's play Our Town, Emily Webb dies in childbirth. In Vladimir Nabokov's novel The Real Life of Sebastian Knight Knight's first love, Clare Bishop, later bleeds to death in childbirth "next to an empty cradle". In Gabriel García Márquez's novel One Hundred Years of Solitude, Amaranta Ursula Buendía dies while giving birth to Aureliano, the child she has with her nephew Aureliano Babilonia. In Barry Hughart's novel The Bridge of Birds, Li Kao's mother dies immediately after giving birth to him. She lives only long enough to ask for Kaoliang wine, which is misinterpreted by those in attendance as naming the child Li Kao. In Patricia MacLachlan's Sarah, Plain and Tall, Anna's mother dies in childbirth a day after Caleb's birth. Afterwards, the two children and their father place an ad in the newspaper for a mail-order bride. In Marion Zimmer Bradley's Lady of Avalon, Viviane's mother, Ana, dies while giving birth to her fifth child, Morgause, who is fed and raised by her older sister. In the Harry Potter saga, Merope Gaunt-Riddle, the mother of the series' chief antagonist, Lord Voldemort, dies after giving birth to him, living just long enough to name him Tom Marvolo Riddle. In Gregory Maguire's novel Wicked Melena dies in childbirth of Nessarose, the future Wicked Witch of the East. 21st century In the final book of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events book series, the character Kit Snicket dies after giving birth to her daughter (the father of whom is never revealed). In the 2003 novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, the mother of the protagonist Amir dies during his birth. In R.A. Salvatore's novel The Highwayman, Sen Wi, realizing that her newborn son will die, uses a healing art to save him at the cost of her own life. In George R. R. Martin's series A Song of Ice and Fire, the character Tyrion, the dwarf, came into the world at the cost of his mother's life. He is blamed for her death because of his condition. Film 20th century In Satyajit Ray's 1959 Bengali film, Apur Sansar (The World of Apu), Apu's wife Aparna dies during childbirth, after which Apu falls into despair and abandons their child Kajal. Years later, Apu eventually acknowledges Kajal as his son and takes responsibility for his upbringing. In the 1998 motion picture The Mask of Zorro, the antagonist Don Rafael Montero, enemy of Don Diego de la Vega, lied that Esperanza de la Vega died in childbirth, but Esperanza de la Vega was actually gunned down instead. Then Montero raised her daughter Elena. In the 1997 motion picture Contact, a woman died giving birth to the film's protagonist Eleanor Ann "Ellie" Arroway, portrayed by actress Jodie Foster. Arroway's father died when she was nine years old. In Mi Familia/My Familia, the wife of the character played by Jimmy Smits dies while giving birth to their son. In the Canadian movie The Red Violin, Anna Bussotti dies after a stillbirth in the opening act, leading to the creation of the Red Violin as a tribute. In the motion picture Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein's mother dies giving birth to his little brother, William. She dies of illness in the original novel. In the 1988 film The Seventh Sign, Demi Moore's character dies as a result of giving birth to her child. Actually, she offers her soul because "she finds out that the prophecies lead up to the birth of her child who may not survive because there will be no more souls left for the newborns unless someone offers their own." In the film adaptation of Interview With the Vampire, Louis' wife dies in childbirth. 21st century In the 2004 film Jersey Girl, Gertrude Steiney, the character of actress Jennifer Lopez, dies during childbirth. In the 2002 film Whale Rider, the main character's mother and twin brother die while she lives. In the 2005 film Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Padmé Amidala dies after the birth of her twins Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa on Polis Massa, not because of poor health, but because of the complete loss of will to live and a broken heart. Her husband Anakin Skywalker turned to the dark side of the Force and became Darth Vader. In the 2007 film Clannad, based on the 2005 visual novel of the same name, Nagisa dies giving birth to Ushio, after which the father Tomoya falls into depression and doesn't accept responsibility as Ushio's father until years later. Other media Anime, comics, and video games In the 1980s manga and anime series Kimagure Orange Road, Kyosuke's mother Akemi died shortly after giving birth to his twin sisters Manami and Kurumi. Square Enix's Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy series of video games have mentioned maternal death in several games: In Dragon Quest V (1993), Martha, the mother of the game's protagonist, was rumored to have died in childbirth. In Final Fantasy VI (1994), Gau's mother dies from childbirth, which causes his father to lose his sanity and leave Gau in the Veldt. In Final Fantasy VIII (1999), Raine died giving birth to the protagonist Squall Leonhart. In the 2007 remake of Final Fantasy IV, Cecil's mother died giving birth to him. In SNK's King of Fighters video game series, the Yagami bloodline is cursed with maternal death. The mothers of the Yagami clan heirs are cursed to die giving birth to the clan heirs. In the 1997 manga series Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Episode Zero, Quatre Raberba Winner's mother Quatrina died giving birth to him. In manga and anime series Naruto, Gaara's mother Karura dies giving birth to him. In the 1998 video game Metal Gear Solid, Psycho Mantis's mother died in childbirth, prompting his father to blame him for her death. In Key's 2004 visual novel Clannad, Nagisa dies giving birth to Ushio, after which the father Tomoya falls into depression and gives his daughter away to Nagisa's parents. Five years later, Tomoya eventually takes responsibility for Ushio's upbringing. It was later adapted into a film and anime series. In the video game Jade Empire, Sky's wife dies giving birth to their daughter, Pinmei, years before he meets the player. In the webcomic, Kevin and Kell, Wanda Woolstone dies giving birth to Corrie Dewclaw. Her death causes the otherwise very skilled Ralph Dewclaw, Corrie's father, to lose the will to hunt, and causes him to mistakenly believe that predator-prey relationships inevitably end tragically. Live-action television In the Australian television series Neighbours, the mother of characters Paul, Scott, Julie and Lucy Robinson died giving birth to youngest child, Lucy. In an episode of House, a woman 26 weeks pregnant dies after doctors perform an emergency c-section. In the television series Lost, the character Ben Linus's mother died while giving birth to him and his father blames him for it. In the series one ER episode "Loves Labours Lost", Mark Greene oversees a patient who dies in childbirth due to Pre-Eclampsia. Mark is subsequently sued for negligence by her partner. In the soap opera spin-off General Hospital: Night Shift, HIV-positive pregnant woman Stacey Sloan dies after complications of placental abruption. In "Gossip Girl", the anti-hero Chuck Bass's mother allegedly died after giving birth to him. References ^ Uhler SA (November 13, 2003). "Impact of a mother’s death on child health and survival in Haiti". http://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_62489.htm. Retrieved August 27, 2007.  See also Maternal mortality